One of the biggest buzzes about the iPhone 7 is that Apple is supposedly planning to allow iPhone 7 Headphone to connect either via a Lightning port or Bluetooth instead of device’s headphone. German website Handy Abovergleich has posted photos of a sleek iPhone 7 that was designed by Eric Huisman and this would actually look like if Apple decided to dump its traditional audio port in the name of making the device thinner than ever.
The New Concept of iPhone 7 Headphone
This iPhone 7 concept only support a USB Type-C port at the bottom. The recommended device is notably thinner than the current generation of iPhones and, therefore, cannot support the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack. On the other hand, early rumors have asserted that the iPhone 7 will only support a Lightning port, a USB Type-C port is also possible because such ports are slimmer than actual headphone jacks are 2.6 millimeters. Obviously, eliminating the headphone jack from the iPhone will be very beatable since it will force a lot of users to spend money on an adapter for their old headphones or buy new headphones. I still have a hard time believing Apple will make this decision on this but the company seems to be on a search to eliminate all unimportant ports, as its 2015 Retina MacBook showed.
Four years ago Apple did the same thing when they replaced the 30 pin data port which had used in iPods. Using of lightning port for headphones can cause complications same as faced by MacBook owners. iPhone 7 has eliminated the headphone jack but it may contradict to other devices which have headphone jacks and the people who have wired headphones, they may be are not able to use their wired headphones According to Mac Otakara by eliminating the iPhone 7 headphone jack, Apple will able to make the upcoming iPhone 1mm thinner than the previous iPhone 6S.